Since the year 1913, several designs of war planes are introduced in Britain. The first one that was manufactured during World War I is Avro 504. Later it turned out to be the most extensively used airplane to train the men of RFC (Royal Flying Corps). The next model of aircraft, created by de Havilland is De Havilland DH9, which is a single engine bomber biplane with two seats. In 1937, Hawker Hurricane was launched as the foremost operational R.A.F. airplane. The speed of this aircraft crosses almost 300 mph. Nearly 1,715 airplanes of this model was when the batter was going on.
Supermarine Spitfire is another single-seat fighter airplane of Britain; it was used during World War II This Spitfire was manufactured in several variants, with many wing configurations. The Spitfire was found to be very popular one; however, now only fifty three Spitfires are airworthy, whereas many others are static. Avro Lancaster was also most significant British heavy bomber. The flight deck contains a highly glazed cover with traditional seating as well as controls. Besides all these, there are some more notable British war planes like Avro Vulcan, Hawker Nimrod, Harrier Jump Jet, BAE Systems Hawk and also Eurofighter Typhoon.